Anonymous:

Maybe it has in the past, but you have to live life in the present in all honesty looking to the past causes nothing but grief for most.But i swear to god, your future will be bright. It may not seem like it at the time. But it will everyone has the potential to do something great and you are no different. Live for yourself. Do what you want to do, Other people are jerks and live to hurt people and treat others horribly.But they are nothing compared to you and they will not go anywhere in life.


Jerks will go nowhere in life? What a lode of horse poop. I’m pretty sure our society has made it to where you gain popularity by being a jerk. Sure there are nice people out there that get far in the world, but I’m a pushover, a goody two shoes, a follow the rules person and that won’t get me far. I can’t really do anything for myself. I’m useless.

Anonymous:

A lot of people would say no. Its not worth living for. But think about everything,all the possibilities in your life. Imagine all the good days that will come later in life. You dont need friends to survive though. It is hard to be lonely and not feel like anyone is there for you but you can get through this. Being alone is just not in human nature and it is hard,but it will be alright in the end.I promise. You will gain so many friends in life and not be lonely anymore.


I’ve been promised so much. I feel like I’ve gained nothing in life. all 17 years of my life feel like they have been full of sadness. The future will be no different than the past I will be the same I will be treated the same.

alifeinplastic:

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Ben: MOPPY! It is not how it looks like! Please dont hit me again!
Good: O n O *utter confusion*

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Bad: No, chair! It is not what you think! I love only you! This here is just for Good, dear! I promise!
Chair: ….
Bad: NO! Dont leave me!!!! Remember the times we had together!
Chair: …!
Bad: YOU TOLD ME YOU LIKE THAT!
Ben: we both need professional help.

afro-dominicano:

Eastern Veil
Distance: 2,600 light years away
The Eastern Veil (NGC 6992) is a supernova remnant that is part of a larger complex that includes the Western Veil (NGC 6960). It is estimated that the supernova explosion occured about 10,000 years ago, before the age of recorded history. During a star’s life, nuclear fusion produces elements such as oxygen, silicon, carbon, and iron. These elements are expelled into space during supernova explosions, later to become part of other stars, planets, and lifeforms like ourselves.
Copyright: Martin Pugh

afro-dominicano:

Eastern Veil

Distance: 2,600 light years away

The Eastern Veil (NGC 6992) is a supernova remnant that is part of a larger complex that includes the Western Veil (NGC 6960). It is estimated that the supernova explosion occured about 10,000 years ago, before the age of recorded history. During a star’s life, nuclear fusion produces elements such as oxygen, silicon, carbon, and iron. These elements are expelled into space during supernova explosions, later to become part of other stars, planets, and lifeforms like ourselves.

Copyright: Martin Pugh